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    Leaf Catchers

    • In-Ground Pool Leaf Catchers

      From $44.99
    • Leaf Catcher for Above-Ground Pool

      From $24.99
    1. 10 years ago
      Best Purchase ever
      I put the leaf catcher over my solar cover in late September. I have my pool close to a walnut tree so I not only have leaves falling into the pool, I also have walnuts. I just pulled the leaf catcher off, emptied the leaves and walnuts and put it back on. It was easy for me to do without help. It is probably the best money I have spent on my pool. I can't believe I waited so long to purchase it. I would recommend it to anyone who has trees near their pool.
    2. 10 years ago
      i am amazed with the amount of time and money my leaf catcher has saved me. i can put the catcher on the pool and take it off by myself. while the catcher is on i can still circulate the water and not worry about the leaves. The purchase was well worth it, the price of the catcher alone was what i was spending on the chemicals every summer to clear the water. Instead of dreading the opening of the pool in the summer due to the chemicals and time it takes to turn the water around, i'm excited at ... read more how easy it's going to be due to the leaf catcher!! I would recommend that anyone owning a pool buy the leaf catcher that would like to spend less time and money cleaning the pool and more enjoying it!!
    3. 2 years ago
      Awesome product
      I purchased this leaf catcher a couple years ago..my husband was not thrilled with my decision. But when it came to opening our pool in the spring, it made it Soo easy. We have always struggled with keeping the debris out of the pool when taking the winter cover off. This net solved our problem! Even my husband admits it was the best purchase we have made. I highly recommend it. No more mess in the pool in the spring!
    1. 9 years ago
      Helpful Item
      This product does a good job of catching the majority of the leaves which drop in teh early to mid Fall. Once the snows start to come it must be removed as it is not designed for heavy weight (nor is it advertised as such). Consequently, trees which drop their leaves late suc as Bradford Pears and Oaks, will not be caught. But it still catches a large majority of leaves thus making spring cleanup and opening much easier.
    2. 4 years ago
      Very handy even before the pool cover goes on.
      I like to be able to look out and see my pool well into November but don't like fishing leaves out after a storm. I laid this net right on top of the water until the pool was closed and the safety cover put on for the winter. Kept it in place with heavy rubber mats used in stables. Worked extremely well. Just took the leaf net off yesterday. Just a couple leaves to fish out. Made life so much easier. If I could keep my pool open all year, I would use just the leaf net.
    3. 10 years ago
      enjoying fall leaves now
      In the past I have hauled out wheelbarrels full of soggy leaves off of our winter pool cover in the fall. This year with the leaf catcher over our in-ground pool the leaves just continued to blow off with the autumn winds. No more raking leaves out of our pool and the rain water on top of the winter cover remains clear instead of turning brown from leaf decay. I am truely enjoying the fall colors now and anxious to open the pool next spring.
    1. 3 months ago
      good replacement for pool bags
      Bought a set of 12 a year ago to try them since we are tired of spending money on expensive pool bags that end up in the garbage after a year This is our second set of 12 to complete around our pool We were impressed with them last winter We did put bricks inside as well as water and used plastic ties around to ensure the tops stayed tight as we get heavy winds here
    2. 3 years ago
      Aqua blocks
      I had purchased these blocks 15 years ago at a local pool store . Untill now I could not find a dealer who carried them ( thank you). I needed to replace some that have become brittle and will continue to due the same as the old ones are all replaced. They are a better way to secure your pool cover . The ease of placing and filling make it a breeze . Storing is also better as they stack well one inside the other. Much better than the moldy blue bags I use to use UGH! I highly recommend these ... read more blocks they last much longer that the awful blue bags . The blue bags generally only lasted one year. Do the math it's a much better investment.
    3. 4 years ago
      water blocks
      One to every six feet on a flat inground poll works good. Fill up and zip tie the tops on because they will come off. $2.00 for a hundred ties at harbor freight or amazon. If you're gonna spend $100 for twelve what's two bucks. On an above ground pool on the deck just make sure they are secure. I mean how hard is that. I have nothing to do with this company and even I can see common since. The box's are easy to fix with RTV silicone because if your like mean you might drop one or a lid and need ... read more to repair it. Wipe area with alcohol and use clear RTV available everywhere and wait 24 hours and good as new, not like patching a bag that will leak again.
    1. 6 years ago
      Better Water Tubes
      Just installed 6 of the Ultimate Water Tubes so I can't say how long they last. In the past I used the cheaper water tubes and some of them leaked right away. Most of the cheaper tubes didn't last a full season and I decided to get the Ultimate Water Tubes to avoid regular replacement. The new tubes are heavy duty and heat sealed on all edges. They appear to be far less likely to leak especially on the corners where to cheaper tubes tend to leak the most. The caps are a lot easier to close than ... read more the cheaper tubes and they appear to seal very well. After trying these water tubes I think they are well worth the extra expense.
    2. 5 days ago
      Top of the line.
      These water tubes are top quality very well made. Recommend
    3. 4 years ago
      Prefer the double tubes to the single tubes....
      We have been buying these water tubes for over 26 years, and have always been very happy with them, until the past few years, when it seems that the tubes have gone down in quality, due to many tubes having leaks in them!! Just like so many products in our world today, quality has gone down and down, but price has gone up and up..............
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    In The Swim Knowledge Pool: Pool Leaf Net Covers

    In The Swim's Dr. Pool

    Pool Leaf Cover Removes All Leaves in One Swoop! 

    Pool Leaf Catchers are de rigeur for any pool surrounded by large trees that shed leaves and debris during spring and fall. Simply lay the lightweight leaf cover on top of your winter cover, and once all of the leaves have fallen, pull it corner to corner, removing all of the leaves in one swoop!

    Pool leaf net covers keep your cover pump from clogging, and you won't believe how easy it is to remove thousands of leaves and sticks in one easy motion. Saves hours of back breaking labor, no more dredging leaves from your winter pool cover! Pool leaf covers can also be used during spring and summer. 

    In The Swim's in-ground pool leaf covers and above ground leaf covers are the easy way to manage heavy leaf removal from your winter pool cover. Made of heavy carbonized nylon with triple stitched edges and sturdy grommets. Mesh leaf cover has 3/8" holes, for fast water shedding during removal, and quick drying for storage.

    TIP: Remove and store your pool Leaf Catcher after all of the leaves have fallen. Leaf net covers last longer if not left on the pool all winter long.